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Page 8, Cloverdale Reveille, October 1, 1997 Cloverdale Rotarians were hosts to their District Governor, Larry Bello, in September with a special luncheon prepared by Rotarian Ted Mogamman's New Owl Cafe. Governor Bello congratulated the Cloverdale Club for its many community projects, high attendance record, and generous Rotary contributions. He also clarified how such contributions are utilized in furthering the many programs Rotary sponsors here and around the world. Shown above are, from left, Ed Turner, District Representative; the governor's wife Nancy Bello, Governor Bello, Rotary President Dave Ashworth and his wife Eleanore Ashworth. Subscr-ibe Now! Don't Be Left Out... Starting November 1, The Cloverdale Reveille will increase its newstand rates from 35 to 50. On Nov. 1. subscription rates will rise. Hurry, and subscribe (or renew) now at the old rates before they change- S 18.50 a year or $35 for two years for in county residents. November 1st, in-county subscriptions will increase tO $19.50 for one year, $36 for two years, and $53 for three years. Mail your check to ClatdaleR erx4& POBox 157, Cloverdale, CA 95425 or stop  at 207N. Cloverdale Blvd. (Be sure to enclose your name & address) Name: Address: \\; IwouM like to osubscribe orenew for." [] l year at $18.50 0 2 years at $35 0 3 years at $50 / Tammy Busic Kristina Home Stephanie Howell Donna Meola Students graduate from Empire Five Cloverdale residents grad- uated among a group of 220 stu- dents from Empire College School of Business at semiannual com- mencement exercises on Wednes- day evening, July 30, 1997, at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts. Tammy Busic graduated with President's Honors (3.85-4.0 GPA) from the Computerized Business Skills program. She is now employed as a recep- tionist with Cal Coast Credit Ser- vice, inc. The daughter of Sam and Roberta Sansei of Windsor, Ms. Busic and her husband, Les Busic, reside in Cloverdale with their daughter, Sara. Kristina Home, who graduated from the Travel and Tourism Es- sentials program with President's Honors, is now a travel agent with Santa Rosa Travel Oakmont. She is a 1990 graduate of Clo- verdale High School and the Sarah daughter of Barney and Jeanie Barnett of Cloverdale and Dennis and Karen Ronlund of Santa Rosa. Ms. Home and her husband, Jeffery Home, are Cloverdale res- idents. A 1996 graduate of Cloverdale High School, Stephanie Howell completed the medical Clinical Assistant program with Dean's Honors (3.45-3.84 GPA). Ms. Howell is now employed as a medical assistant with Stutter Medical Foundation in Healds- burg. She is the daughter of Carl and Debbie Howell of Cloverdale. Also a 1996 graduate of Clover- dale High School, Donna Meola completed the Medical Clinical Assistant program at Empire Col- lege and is employed as a medical assistant with Women's Medical Group in Santa Rosa. She is the daughter of Mario and Bonnie Meola. Sarah Ann Treankle, a 1994 graduate of graduated with ors from the Specialized ate Degree -- Legal Administration program.] ankle is now a Reginald Hindley, Law. The dau Treankle of Cloverdale, one son, Troy Serving the residents em California for more years, Empire College credited college cialized associate programs, as well as legal and medical office secretarial sciences, tourism, computerized ing and bookkeeping, puter repair and administration. For additional Empire College, call 4000. Cloverdale as it was described in 1 The following newspaper article was given to me by Bette Vadon Haehl, Conrad; wine who found it in her mother, Alice Caldwell's, trunk along with ture. Haehl, Henry; fr other keepsakes. I do not know where the California Gazetteer was Mrs. A.T.; dressmaker published but from articles on the back about Prohibition and Martin V.; feed stable. Hitler, it was published about 1932 or 1933.--Marie Hill Sarah; artist. Hau , . stoves and tinware The California Gazetteer, etor, Cloverdale Reveille; Bar- . .... " con ta , lcc(] yara published in 1888, has the fol- nes, John, blacksmith; Bee, , :" , . " , toaatey, J t', reaJ lowing brief description of Clo- Emilie, merchant tailor; Bent- . , " " , , loway, LOUIS aria J verdale as it was in that far ley& Simpson (Abram Bentley _ md rtakb ture, e distant time. The description was and Duncan Simpson), black- . .... insurance tlunzIKer, as follows: smiths and wagon manufactur- " "Cloverdale, a progressing town on the Russian River and Sulphur Creek, is an important shipping point on the S.F.&N.P.R.R. in Sonoma Coun- o ty, 34 miles northwest of Santa  los/i, the county seat, and 85 miles northwest of San Fran- cisco. It contains five church- es-Congregational, Methodist North and South, Episcopal and Catholic--a public school with five teachers and 400 scholars, two libraries, a bank, a furni- ture factory, two wagon works, a flour mill and 1500 inhabit- ants. "The town is beautifully locat- ed in a verdant and semicircular valley surrounded by hills, and is noted as one of the most healthy and attractive resorts in the state. Stage lines run dai- ly to the famous geyser and oth- er springs and resorts, also to Mendocino City, Lakeport, Uki- ah, Bartlett Springs and Hydes- ville. The latter is 182 miles north; fare, $18.50. A live news- paper is published, the Reveille. Shipments: wool, hops, grain, fruit, hides. Telegraph: W. U. Express: W.F. & Co. Mail daily; J.A. Field, postmaster." Among the names given in the directory are: Armstrong, Miss Kate, artist; Atherton Joseph, barber; Baer, George B., propri- ers; Boggs, Joseph O., physician; Boiccelli, Victor, produce; Brook- lyn Hotel, M.G.. Tucker, propri- etor; Brush, W.T., grocer and hardware; Callen, J.A., physi- cian; Cameron, Gordon, black- Smith. ...... : ' Carrie, Joseph A., dry goods and boots and shoes; Cloverdale and Mendocino Stage Line, Jotham L. Sedgley, agent; Clo- verdale Banking and Commer- cial Company, I.E. Shaw, president, George W. Frost, sec- retary. Cloverdale Water Company, J. F. Hoadiey Sr., manager; Clo- verdale Wine Company, W.D. Sink, president, J.B. Cooley, sec- retary, William Caldwell, trea- surer; Commercial Insurance Company of California, John Russel, agent; Cook, Charles, real estate; Cooley, Charles H., justice of the peace; Cooley and Bonneau, meat market; Coomes, A. M., dentist; Crigler, W.M., poultry; Davis, Gary V., super- visor; Dehay Bros. (Theodore J. and Armand), wine manufactur- ers, two miles south; Ethridge, Darius, mason; Forse, Fred O., agent Overland and California stage lines. Gaffney, Miles, proprietor Grand Hotel. Geyser stage line; John Sisengood, proprietor. Green, Benjamin F.; lumber. Haupt undertaking ra; teacher. Hunziker watchmaker. Jones, dentist. Jones, Rev. pastor Congregational Kelting, J.A.; meat Robert A.; boots and Koester, August C.; Leiteh & Frain; Live Oak House; H. proprietor. McCauley, warehouse. McMillan, saloon. Markell, Mrs. nery. Markell, Richard sician and druggist. Michael; proprietor States Hotel. Miner, B.; music teacher. and Humbert schower, Charles goods and boots and terfield, William H.; er, Hartman; Live Oak Reger, Vital; brewery. I.; saloon. I.E. Shaw; Fargo & Company, Shaw lianas (Charles b. ShaW, C. Williams); stoves and Sink, Baer and Wilbert; tate and insurance. Crawford (Will Tod, Crawford); lumber and sion. Waite, Miss Mary 1/ er. Walshe, Albert C.; confectionery and ci cox, Mrs. E. B.; ters, Charles; saddles. Yordi, Fred; store. CALL TODAYI TOLL FREE 1(800)381-1713 Medi-Cal Accepted We Make House Calls 301 East St., Healdsburg Community Blood Drive October 11 A Community Blood Drive will come to Cloverdale Oct. 11 at the fairgrounds from 10 am to 2 pm. Donors must be at least 17 years old, in good health, weigh at least 110 pounds, show no symptom of cold or flu, and should eat at least a substantial meal within four hours of donating. I James E DeMartini ATTORNEY AND COUNSELOR AT LAW BUSINESS AND REAL ESTATE DIVORCE AND CUSTODY PROBATE WILLS & TRUSTS PERSONAL INJURY & ACCIDENT LITIGATION ,., J